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Kwande Ri Peak Climbing

 

Kwande Ri Peak !!!Area: Khumbu Himal in the Everest Area Kwangde Ri is also called Kongde Ri and Kwande on various maps. This difficult mountain forms an impressive multi-summited ridge on the eastern end of the Lumding Himal, which in turn can be regarded as part of the Rolwaling Himal. Rising south-west of Namche Bazaar above the Bhote Kosi river, the mountain's northern flank forms an impressive barrier that throws down several steep ridges to the north.

 

It's glaciated southern flank is more aloof. It is hidden at the northern end of the Lumding Drangka, a high and remote valley bounded to the west by the tumbling glaciers of Karyolung (6,511m/21,361ft), Khartang (6,853m/22,484ft) and Numbur (6,959m/22,831ft). The Lumdring valley is rarely visited by trekkers or expeditions. At the northern end of the valley the stream cascades down a natural rocky barrier above which is a moraine-bound lake, the Tsho Og, at the snout of the Limding Glacier. North of the Tsho Og, itself hidden in a huge rocky cwm, is the massive Lumding Tsho Teng (5,151m/16,899ft).

 

All of the routes climbed to date on the Kwangde Peaks are difficult, none have proved suitable for commercial trekking peak expeditions. The routes on the North Face are particularly difficult and reflect recent developments in lightweight Himalayan climbing, with an emphasis on technical difficulty and a high degree of commitment. They have invariably been made by two climbers without support camps or fixed ropes, although in at least one case a subsequent ascent has seen a return to traditional siege style tactics with masses of fixed rope and camps. Even the routes on the South Face are commiting

 

Trekking Type: Tea House/Camping
Trekking Grade: Hard
Duration: 16 days
Size of Group: 01+
Region: Everest
Maximum Hight: 6100 mt.
Start and Ending: Lukla to Lukla
Activities: Trekking/Peak Climbing
Best Seasion: September to December and february to May

 

Day to Day Itinerary

 

Day 01 lukla (2800) by air then trek to phakding Height 2780m

 

Day 02 Namche Bazaar 3440

 

Day 03 Acclimitisation day at Namche bazeer –short side hike

 

Day 04 Thyangboch 3867m

 

Day 05 Dingboche 4360m

 

Day 06 Chhukhung 4730m

 

Day 07 Imje Tse Base Camp 4900

 

Day 08 High Camp 5700m

 

Day 09 Summit camp 6100m

 

Day 10 Chhukhung 4730m

 

Day 11 Dingboche 4350m

 

Day 12 Thyangboche 3867m

 

Day 13 Namche Bazeer 3440m

 

Day 14 pakding 2780m

 

Day 15 Lukla 2800m

 

Day 16 Kathmandu by air

 

Package Price Includes

1) International Airport to hotel pick up drop by car

2) Kathmandu to lukla and back to Kathmandu by air ticket

3) Lodge accommodation on the way and base camp and high camp set up camp side

4) National park entrance permit

5) One English speaking guide

6) one climbing sherpa

7) climbing permit

8) Climbing equeptment as Iseex, Rope, Tent, Kitchen and sleeping bag.

9) porters

10) All meals(Breakfast, lunch and dinner) with Tea/Coffee three times a day in cups

11) Airport tax

12) Locak transportation

14) Guide and porter's : Meals, lodge, flight, insurance, equipment, salary etc

 

Package Price Excludes

1. Hard and soft table drinks such as, Coke, beer, mineral water.

2. Hot shower, desert

3. Person insurance and tips for staffRescue,

4. operation charge etc.